Bechuanaland; Pan-African outpost or Bantu homeland? [By] Edwin S. Munger.

; Institute of Race Relations
London, New York, Oxford University Press, 1965.

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Other Authors Institute of Race Relations.
Subjects Botswana -- Conditions économiques.
Botswana -- Economic conditions.
Botswana -- Histoire.
Botswana -- History -- To 1966.
Botswana -- Politics and government -- To 1966.
Botswana -- Politique et gouvernement.
Botswana.
Economic history.
Grande-Bretagne. Bechuanaland. Economie.
Grande-Bretagne. Bechuanaland. Politique générale.
Grande-Bretagne. Bechuanaland. Politique intérieure.
Politics and government
République sud-africaine. Politique générale.
Series Institute of Race Relations. Publications.
Description viii, 114 pages illustrations, map 19 cm.
Copyright Date 1965.
Notes "Issued under the auspices of the Institute of Race Relations, London."
Summary Bechuanaland, as one of the three High Commission Territories which must be an important factor in Britain's reaction to the South African problem, has acquired a new significance in world affairs. Its southern border with the Republic, its western border with the disputed territory of South West Africa, its closeness to Angola--all these make the Protectorate a key point in Africa. Other African countries are bound to look on it as the most advanced post in their hostile plans; the Republic of South Africa, on which it is economically dependent, has long regarded it as a territory which ought to be included within her own frontiers. Moreover, it not only borders on another centre of controversy, Southern Rhodesia, but has a slender but strategic link with Zambia--the former Northern Rhodesia--in the pontoon ferry across the Zambezi.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Botswana
Network Numbers (OCoLC)683540
(OCoLC)ocm00683540
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Munger, Edwin S., 1921-
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